Saturday, June 16, 2012

head to toe

I made this layout on NSD weekend, for a challenge at 2Peas to use polaroid frames on a page. I started the page out with the large polaroid-inspired frame cut from October Afternoon Thrift Shop patterned paper, and then cut a few other frames from OA paper to spread across the second page.

Think the title of this one speaks for the whole layout.. she's all sorts of goodness, from head to toe.

I absolutely love the black and white photo on the second page.... took these when Lady Bon-bon was 9 days old, and just love that cute little face.

Left side page. 

Right side page.

I layered some pretty October Afternoon Farmhouse paper under a frame I cut from creamy white cardstock. I pinned a little Sidewalks heart die cut onto the bottom of the frame. 

I adhered a pile of confetti punched from green October Afternoon paper above the scallop tags. Love that cute little goose tin pin from the Sidewalks collection!

The thread card from Farmhouse Miscellany was perfect here! I wrapped it with cotton floss and adhered it over another polaroid-inspired frame I cut and backed with October Afternoon patterned paper. The text paper is from Night Light Katie, and I've already used two full sheets of it! It is my go-to paper right now for layering. 

I added just a few tiny pieces of confetti to the top right corner of the page, and then sprinkled more on the green shipping tag.

A Farmhouse die cut heart from a Flower Sack pack and a Farmhouse label from a Miscellany pack were layered over a torn plain white shipping tag.

I sewed buttons to a button card from a piece of patterned paper from the Farmhouse 8*8 pad.
And there is a tiny bit of confetti sprinkled on the corner of this page, too.
I love October Afternoon cardstock sticker labels! I buy them from nearly every company that makes them, but the OA ones are the sheets I keep reaching for over and over again.

Supplies: cardstock (Bazzill); patterned paper (October Afternoon); label stickers (October Afternoon); die cuts (October Afternoon); paper clips (Tim Holtz); tin pin (October Afternoon); punch (Martha Stewart); photo corners (Canson); tags (Avery, the Paper Company, the Paper Studio).


Margie Higuchi said...

What a wonderful take to the challenge. Love the frames :).

Handmade Hannah said...

You have a great eye for design on these pages x

hilde janbroers said...

great double pager!! so adorable!

Staci said...

Beautifully done! Have a great week! :-)

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Jill said...

I love your style. There is a softness to your pages that I adore.